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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t to I VTWIiflnflllI 7 1 w fr 7r 7ro r 1fr 1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In Advance YOL XXIXZFRANKFORTi KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 9 1906 Not 40 I 1 WHITE CANVASS- OXFORDS Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the 1Pumpond the demand for Pumps grows stronger every day Also Pink Blue and Grey Canvass Blucher Oxfords White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 t R Ki McCLURE SONI 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY FRENCH OIL FIELDS HH Robinson Goes on a Tour of Inspection Mr H Hardie Robinson left last night for New York from which point he sails on the steamer Lorrain for Paris France where he will join a party o f x French capitalists They will y proceed to Roumania at once to- make an investigation of the oil fiQlds pf that country ThH French capitalists are owners of extensive 1oil interests in Roumania and it is the object of Mr Robinsons f visit there to studyconditions f with a view of investigating the t feasibility of introducing the rotary drilling method in that country If the rotary method appears satisfactorily advan tageous Mr Robinson will return immediately and purchase one or more rotary outfits such as are used in Southeast Texas and f select full crews of competent drillers and helpers to return with him to Roumania and operate on W a large scale in that field Frankforttboy who has come to this Texas home We rejoice to iseo the prominence ho has at t tamed He is a sun of Mrs Louise Hardie Cleveland of Texas NOTHING COMPARES To Fattier Williams Indian Ton for all diseases of the Liver and Kid nays Stomach and Bowels r It onuses a vigorous notion of the Liver digesting the food causing n regular free movement of the Row ols cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keep you well It only costs you 20 cents t to try it In Tea or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 1 NEW LAW FIRM Messrs Frank Chinn and T L Ed lon have formed a partner ship in the practice of the law l under the style of Chinn Ede lon and have opened oifices in the suite of rooms in the Trust Co building corner of Main und St Clair streets second floor Mr Frank Chinn was born und Ii raised in this county near the Forks of Elkhorn and was our schoolmate in the days lang sine He is a man of sterling character and ability He was a gallant soldier of the Lost Cause He has attained a high position in his profession by integrity and conscientious work He is the youngest son of the late Judge Franklin J Chinn Mr T L Edelen was reared at Lebanon Is a trained lawyer of first class ability sterling integ rity and general versatility He has been practicing at the local bar both in State and National Courts for about seventeen years and has been successful from the start The combination is one that is strong in every way We wish the new firm great success They deserve it- QUITE VETERAN Col Geo B Harper President of the Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway rounded out sixteen years of service with that road on Tuesday last It is needless to say that there never 1sas a cleverer or more ac commodating railroad now in this city He has madoa success of his work too and has won a host of friends by his earnest en deavors to accommodate the traveling public This is not the only railway work in which Col Harper has been engaged and he is now a veteran in this line He is in addition one of our most enterprising business men Heres lookin at yer Colonel COMMISSIONERS SALE g Commissioner Posey made the following sales of real estat- county court lay The Tas B Gaines farm off 144 acres to Bowman Guinea at I5O per aero t Brick house and lot Main street Bradvs shop and residence Dr JW Gayle for 2975 toII Residence of Dr H h deceased on Clinton stree Mrs H L Tobin for 1500I DISTILLERY CLOSl The Hermitage Distillery No 4 the property of Messrs W A Gaines Co made the lust mash of the season on Saturday rnd closed down this week WENT TO DANVILLE Capt John Brady and six other FrnnkIfortnished the music for the commencement exercises of Central University The Danville people know where to send when they wish to have good music SWITZER P 0 ABOLISHED The Postollice Department has issued an order abolishing the postofiice at Switzer this county to take effect Juno 80 That sec tion will be served by rural free StumpiThe Best Guaranty of Merit PublicityI world famed medicines leaving the ratory at Buffalo N Y greatprinted upon its wralcr all tho Ingredients entering Into its composition This fact alone places Dr Pierces Family Medi cines li a cluxs all l u themselves They cannot bo classed with patent or secret medicines because they are neither This Is why so many unprejudiced physicians prescribe them am them to their patients They know what they are composed of and that the ingredients are those endorsed by tho most eminent medical authorities The further fact that neither Dr Piercos Golden Medical Discovery the great stomach tonic liver invigorator heart regulator and blood lier nor his Favorite Prescription for weak over worked brokendown nervous women contains any alcohol also entitles them to a place by themselves Many years ago Dr Pierce discovered prolllrIcinal plants than Is alcohol and further more that it valuable medicinal demulcenteanti flrll1cn Neither of tho above medicines cons talus alcohol or any harmful habit forming drug as will bo seen from a glance at tho formula printed on each bottle wrapiKr They are safo to use mud potent to cure thoIon com position of Dr Piercos medicines has o t kind of an endorsement from leading medical writers of tho several schools of practice No other medicines put up for like purposes has uny such jtrofesshmnl endorsement Dr tierces Pleasant Pellets euro constipation Constipation is tho cause of diseases Curo tho cause and gentlelaxativegists soil them and aching is just as good Easy to take uf andy l r jiiBJ iritiJ I WHITE SKIRTS i AND WHITE SHIRT WAISTS Were never before so much in demand as now Thie is undoubtedly the greatest white season known in manyfiyears There is a general rejoicing among women over the popular decree of fashion There are no garments more ap propriate more comfortable more suggestive ot coolness and at the same time so inexpensive as garments of white 1mnterinlsWe mention here just a few of oar Specials I 83 inches wide Persian Lawn an excellent sheer quality for waists and Shirt Waist Dresses an excellent value per yd I I 46 inches wide French Lawn a beautiful sheer quality very popular this season only I per yd J I Dresses25cper YdiWhite Duck Skirts made of quality Duck some trimmed ibands some made with 8 tucks over seams IIwith value at only I Extra Values in White Linen Skis ts in variety ofjpretty Styles at 3715300360 and O0II White Linen Suits made of nice quality All Linen Suiting neatly tailored only II White Shirt Waists made of pretty Quality white 1 II tifully trimmed with embroidery sand tucks you will wonder how these can be made for only IIVhite Lingerie Waists nfade of fine quality lin neatly designed embroidered fronts White Silk Waists made of white wash silk neatly trimmed lace only I j lawn beau with I with Our Stock of Shirt Waists is Immense and we offer many good values too numerous to mention at 125 150 200 250 350 to 600 CI KAGIN BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY i UNEXCELLED SERVICE Superintendent J D Sallee has kept his word He stated soon after he came here to take charge of the Traction Co that heI would soon give city a first class street railroad service On Sunday last ho put his new schedule into effect giving carI service every ten minutes to the Park and to the Cemetery and with the new equipment ho is giving the most prompt and satisfactory service ever afforded our citizens It is all that could be asked A MIRACULOUS CURE The following statement by II M Adams wife Henrietta Pa will Interest parent and others A miracu lous cure has taken place in our home Our child hud eczema 5 years mind was pronounced incurable when wo read shout Electric Hitters concluded to try it Before bottle was all taken we noticed a change for the and after taking 7 bottles he was llttl1I pletely cured ItIts the uptodate blood medicine nod hotly building tonic Guar anteed ode and 100 at all druggists o THANKS We have boon placed under oh ligations to our friend Mr W B Muoro of Shelby county for a delightful lot of May cherries He raised quito a nice cropof this delightful fruit which he is selling in our city Wo desire to return our thanks for his lurtlsyIe If your stomach is weak If your food distresses you If you are weak amid nervous Use Dr Shoops Restorative one month and see what it does for you Sold by all dealers e Dr weavers Treatment Spop for the blood Cerate for akin eruption r h tii1 I5c I i SOc I 1 I J 1 soft this second 125 I 1050 11 1 150 I j 375 I ATTENTION STUDENTS Attention is called to the advertisement of the Kentucky State College Summer School of Me chanical and Electrical Engineer ingThe facilities offered tumid the advantages accruing to young men contemplating a course in this computedThe acquired through its graduates is nationalThe are men of the highest standing t SUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELF paidtoimitations of DeWltts Witch Hnzel Salvo that are now before the public prove it the best Ask for DeWlttrs Good for burns scalds chatted skin icemn tetter cuts bruises bolls mid piles Highly recommended it ml reliable Sold by J Gayle sCORNER STONE ARRIVES tyTheCapitol arrived in this yity over i tho F C Ry on Monday even ing coming from the marblo quarries in Vermont It is all really for the great occasion Tune 10 Much credit is duo to Col Geo B Harper President of the Business Mens Club for tho theI i railroad lines j a gonuinoLaxative the remedy that cures a cold In one day 1 Lo 1ji ri L JUNE BUYING CHANCES RIPEIt25cHOSE Every Department of our unI usual Good Values White Goods in every quality 5c lOc 15c 25c per yard yardWash values Dress Skirts 125 150 250 Muslin Underwear Defender brand 50c Gowns 25c Corset Covers 75c and 100 Ladies Underskirts and Misses Vests 5c 10c 15c and 25c PERSONAL= Col C W Hay left Wednesday for the West Miss Elsie Lenvy visited in Georgetown this week Mr Nat Stone of Versailles was in the city on Monday Miss Ollie Rupert has returned to her l home at Grayson Hon Geo H Alexander of Louisville was here Monday Senator J W Newman of Versailles Was here Tuesday Mr James C Sower of Lawrenceburg spent Sunday here Mrs H S Keller visited relatives in Cynthiana this week Miss Lena Benton visited friends in Georgetown this week Mr Howard Duvall of Jackson visite friends here this week Miss Lilian Lindsey returned from Danville Thursday night Judge E C OKear left Monday for n business trip to Cincinnati Mr C T Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city on Monday Mr N R Armstrong of Georgetown was in the city on Monday Gel Green B Swango of Hazel Green was in the city on Tuesday Mr A M Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city on Monday Mr Wm Cromwell went to Louisville yesterday on legal business Mrs Bettie B Benton visited Mrs Mo Kee at Woodlnke this week Miss Lucile Huffman of Covington is the guest of Miss Mattie Petty Mr Chas Whitehead made a buslnesi trip to Richmond on Monday Mr Thos H Stagg left Thursday for a business trip to New York City Mr Sam Stone and wife visited relatives In Georgetown on Sunday Mr Joseph Ruff wife and children went to High Bridge on Sunday Mr Larue Coleman made a business trip to Georgetown on Thursday CollegehasMr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati were visitors here this week Hon Z F Smith and wife of Louis ville visited relatives here this week Mr J Andrew Cain and family of Versailles were visitors here Saturday Miss Agnes Hubbard attended commencement at State College on Thursday Miss Crady of Louisville visited her cousin Mr Walter Crady this week Mrs G W Chlnn attended Commence ment State Colleget Lexington Thursday Mr H H Tye of Williamsburg at tended the Court of Appeals on Wednes dayJudge A E Richards of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on Tues day Mr Win Cromwell made a business trip to Lexington and Versailles Thurs dayMr Henry Brady and wife and Mr II A Brady of Louisville spent Sunday Bertha Scott attended the close of Hill Acudemy at Shelby ville this M B H Day is vlsltinp her hrother Mr John C Russell in Louis vine Miss Margaret J Russell is visiting her brother Mr John CRussell in Lou isville Master Hugh Hudson left Thursday for Stamford Conn to visit his grand parentsMr Robert Crutcher of Louisville visited his sister Mrs H S Keller on s Sunday Misses Edith Posey and Virginia Gray have returned from Caldwell College Danville Mr Geo M Gayle returned home from Kentucky University Lexington on ThursdayMrs Boiling of Louisville was the guest of Mrs A C VanWinkle this week Mr Montgomery Alves of Henderson visited Miss Florence Barrett his cousin this week tMr Claude S Hazelrigg of this office k i jjtt i1 yi returned from a trip to Eastern Kentucky on Sunday Miss Margaret A Lewis left yesterday for Versailles to visit her mother Mrs J B Lewis Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington was called here to attend the funeral of Mrs M L Campbell Prof J J Rucker of Georgetown CampbellMrs Forman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Lula Nelson street this weekIspentSundayMrs W T Scott Dr1 A Posey and wife attended the burial of Mrs Mary B Carey in Ver sailles on Monday Miss Bridgeford and Mr Russell spentSunnyH Fuqua left Thursday for dPaducah to deliver the closing address of the High School Miss Elizabeth Kendall of Louisville was the guest of her cousin Mrs L B Marshall this week Mr Wllmot H Kldd of the Frankfort Shoe Co returned from a trip through the South on Sunday Rev G W Young D D of Louisville was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams on Wdenesday Miss Cook of Virginia who has been the guest of Miss Genevieve Lind sey has returned home spenteHerring in Georgetown Miss Margaret A Lewis attended the OolJeieLexinRtonMiss Mattie Petty who has been at tending Georgetown College returned home on Thursday night Mrs C C Flshback of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs H H Roberts has returned home Mr Ed B Abbett who has been attending Central University Danville returned home Thursday night Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lexington visited her parents Mr John E Miles and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Franklin who has been visiting her aunt Mrs T B Woodruff in Lexington has returned home Mrs Sallie Bailey of Versailles and Mrs Bettie Highby of Lexington were guests of Mrs M Saffell this week Mrs S C Lackey and daughters of Harrodsburg who have been guests of Mrs M D Averlll have returned home Mrs Susan Quinn and daughter Miss Jennie of Georgetown attended the funeral of Mrs M L Campbell on Tues Nick Flynn of Versailles was a visitor here on Saturday for the first time in several years This was his old C Gran Graham and wife of Newport spent Sunday here the guests of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas Logan W II Posey and wife and Miss Mollie Berryman attended the burial of Mrs Geo H Carjy in Versailles on Monday Capt W II of Dennison Texas who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks left for hone Monday Sullio and Alice Chinn and Mrs Maggie May Todd attended the commencement at State College on ThursdayMr L Lewis U S Navy who has been at home on a furlough left Thurs day for Philadelphia to report to the UIS Tennessee Mr I Davis attended the commcnco ment exercises of the 1lexnurs High AdolphDuvlsMr J B Lewis of this office uttemledI commencement at State on Thursday where his son Mr Alex T Lewis graduated Gen D W Lindsey Sr nnd sons Messrs T Noble and Henry F attended jrInMr Jos W Hedden the new Superin tendent of Public Printing came here on Moudtay qualified and entered upon the discharge of his duties Mr Geo A Lewis Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky inspected the Lawrenceburg Chapter Royal Arch Masons on Wednesday night Mr Morris Brock of the U S Levee Miii JUNE BARGAINS We have just received a special lot of Bed Spreads worth 150our June price 100 One lot of Towels lOc and loc worth Uvice the money Specials in Shirt Waists 75c 100 Early Shoppers get the Best Selections Ask to see what we Advertisewe always have it to show CHAS J WEITZEL Commission who has been visiting his parents at Crescent View returned to Ills Lost of duty at Memphis Tenn this weekJudge Win Lindsay of New York City made nn argument before the State Railroad Uoommissicn on Tuesday Judge Lindsay will bring his hack home in time for the homecom- Ing Mr Clarence T Jones and wife of Columbia S C will arrive in this city on Monday June llth in their 2ti horse powfcr Buick Touring Car They are among he hontt comers and will remain some three weeks 11e are glad to kno Mr Jones is making good as an archi tect in his new home Messrs Theodore Wylie Robinson Farmer John P Selbert M P Brown D L Holland Owen M Purr L Barnes Jacob L Cox Chas X Third Geo A Lewis and Drs H S Kelley V A Kaltenbrun E C Roemelee composed n party of Masons who visited the Law renceburg brethren Wednesday evening DISTILLER ENTERTAINS WHOLE SALE DEALERS The Wholesale Whisky Dealers National Association were entertained with a bar becue dinner at the distillery of Mr Geo Baker at the Forks of Elkhorn on on n special train from Louisville and were taken out to the dis tillery on the F C Railway They had a big time THE WISDOM OF ANIMALS You can not Induce a lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have to starve to rest your stomach Kodol for dyspepsia takes up the work for your stomach digest what you eat nnd give it a rest Puts it hank in condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by J W Gayle- MEMORIAL TO WORTHY MAN The several congregations to whom Rev Jas A Peters ministered so long will unite in erecting a monument to his memory nt Lebanon Baptist Church to d iy Quite a number will attend from this caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter feres with its potion and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain ofl of the heart and contributes nourishment thabodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by making my heart palpitate and would become very weak Finally rot a bottle of Kodol and it gave me Immt lets relief After using a few bottles am cured MRS LOR1NQ NICHOLS Penn Van N Y had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I bad heart trouble with it took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and it cured me D KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat onartwtttaetdsy tfBM M mach ai the Mat or M cat du r rand at too Laboratory 01ZOpRZ- Moouuro USA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE 11iit L i 4 I50c CORSETI 1- fIrnENws i NEXT WEEKS SPECIALS Lawns Organdies Mulls Batiste Persian Lawns French Lawns ctJLfeautiful Figured Lawns So Sc lOo India Linens Gc So 100 12 l2e Persian Lawns iSo 2c 25o 35o Sheer Batiste warranted to laundry I5o 2Oo25o Mulls and Mercerized Gowns at all prices SKIRTS g Mohair Skirts white and blade 84l10 High Grade Tailored Skirts made of Panama and other new materials 9475OO65Oi CURTAINSrRufled Swiss Curtains Oc6bcmooI a pair Lace Curtains 5Oo75ol and 8l and upward Hosiery and Underwear Specialty l F JHEENEY i WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE r There are persons in every community who buy the best and to such persons it is i impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price t This is the class of trade we seek Our work is i Afactoryunder a UUAKANTEE that moans SOME THING If you needa new vehicle of any buyingWeing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you AVb take vehicles ail fromFrankfort and deliver them back to you without cost i Seller Carriage GIQc tt VERSAILLES KY H K WARD President COMPULSORY VACCINATION LAW UPHELD The Supremo Court of tho United States handed down an opinion on Wednesday uphold the Constitutionality tho compulsory vaccination law For a 4111 easy notion of the bowels n dose of Doaus Regulates it enough Treatment cures habitual con yourdruggist INDICTED AGAIN On Wednesday last Judge James Hargis was indicted in tho Breathitt Circuit Court for the murder of Dr B D Cox The killing occurred as Dr Cox was returning from church three years ago at night Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DigIts what you eat w 4 tll il I a C M BUOWXJXG Sec and Treas 4 EXAMINATION FOR COUNTY SCPIOLARSIIIP AT STATE COLLEGE Jdayunder the direction of County 8ufperintendent of Schools Prof E R Jones These are very valuable assets for any young man or young Jrwoman and advantage should be taken of them JOHN EDGE J BRICKMASONf4c houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phono 628 33Gm J l hlrLI il Muslin UnderwearCo- rset Covers Gowns Skirts Drawers fcc Good qunlity garments 35c Extra value garments 50e Fine quality garments 100 Hose The Best Brand Only Blnck Cotton Hose for children lOc ICc White Hose 15c 2fic Womens Lncc and Gauze Hose special 3 pair for 100 RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chlnn rector May 27 980 a m Sundayschool n m Prayer nnd Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon at 4 p in Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M Bo 3f Adams D D pastor will preach at a nit and p Sundayschool at 045 In the chapel class at 045 u m taught byI tBnracap Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m In the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 745 oclock chapel Visitors cordially Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 745 Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at chapelsr meets Tuesday r afternoon at 8 oolockIEverybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Low Mass at 740 n mIMass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH c Chlldreds Day service at a in Sundayschool at 930 a i- nrYoung Peoples Society of Christian G Endeavor at 680 m Prayer meettng Wednesday evening at mtcordially welcomed t i METHODIST CHURCHRev JO A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 pm Sundayschool at b45 a m E worth League at 145 m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 746p Everybodyf invited to attend P PRESBYTERIAN ofs780 Sundayschool at 080 n m Young Peoples Society at 680 p in i oclock Prnyer meeting Wednesday at 780 Everybody Invited to attend il ANCE COMMISSIONER FIRE BRANCH 111 We have been placed under obr ligntions to Insurance Commis H R Prowitt for a copy of isioner report on the condition 4r of the fire insurance companies f1 doing business ifthis State Mr Prewitt will please accept our tthnnks for same Dr Weaver Syrup Pnrtfles Ute blood t Cerate ointment tot Ute iUa ttt IOaSi2w of Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate s SoocMefnl treatment for blood and skin discaeee m fli rlIlAV i j If rij1I1 1r r y fr HOME COMING WEEK Demands NEW RUGS MATTINGS AND LACE CURTAINS to brighten the homo for tho long absent friends and a new Linen Suit or a White Serge Skirt in which to welcome the old friends Then too you will need all the dainty little accessories to correct attire these June daysnch as Hose Belts Gloves Parasols effects we show A few hints here asnewc Come and see the splendid to prices c Wash Goods 32 in Persian Lawn 15c 32 in India Linen worth l2c only10c 32 in Shirting Madras 12ic a CLOSING EXERCISES OF HIGH t SCHOOLS The city high schools had their closing exercises this week The Junior Class held the boards on Tuesday evening at the House The entertainment was first class In every respect the recitations being es pe taUy Iloodrfhe operetta Prof Way land Graham was n charm lug piece of work eliciting as did nil the exercises the enthusiastic applause of the big audience On Wednesdny evening the graduating class composed of the following young held their exermen and young ladles cises Basil Kenney Frances Orr Hen rietta Eales Florrie Gnrrard Rodman Clara Anuetta Nelson Ida Hough Roberts Satfiuel Kennedy Culbertson and Willyun Jouett Shipp The whole affair was in every way a splendid success The city has every reason to be proud of the work being accomplished by this school under the superin tendency of Prof H McKee who has thoroughly demonstrated his fitness for the He has been backed up by the conscientious efficient and patient labors of as fine a corps of teachers as ever held positions in that institution The Opera House capacity was tested to the fullest by the big crowd present iThe following program of exercises was carried out PROGRAM i Theme Kentucky Invocation Rev Wm Crowe Chorus Swing Song Lohr Class RecitationSelfSacrificeHenry T Stanton Miss Shipp Instrumental SoloBose Reverie Fjeldhouee Miss Nelson Song and Chorus Kentucky Lul laby Giebel Miss Eales Mr Culbertson and Class Recitation The Coronation of Kin- gSolomonJames Lane Allen Miss oman Song and ChorusKentucky Dear old State Coomb Class ymposlumOur Ship of The keel for n noble Scarfed and bolted straight shipIMr Kenney II flay by day the vessel grew With timbers fashioned strong and Miss Orr Stanch and strong a goodly trueI That shall laugh nt all disaster Miss Roberts Class Address Rev C R Rl1Il Presentation Scholarships of Diplomas and Awarding tonI f Superintendent H C Clots SongEre We Part Abt Benediction Rev Wm Crowe Miss Ida Roberts obtained the highest average and was awarded the scholarship to Kentucky University Miss Willyun Shipp obtained the second honor and was given the scholarship to Oxford College Oxford Ohio Miss Florrie Rodman obtained the third and was given n scholarship to Kentucky State College Mr Samuel Culbertson the fourth nniL was given the scholarship to Washington and Miss Trances Orr the fifth and was given the scholarship to Georgetown College Miss Henrietta Eales the sixth and was given tha second of the two scholarships to Kentucky State College It is noteworthy that every member of the Senior Class obtained an average of over 00 per cent for the year thus make ing a class record that will be hard to bo excelled by any High School In the State t 1JnxetsA candy bowel laxative constipationt sour sallow stomach ets See for Dress Goods 3125 quality Black Voile 1 38 in Mohair 50c 38 in Mohair Suiting 39c Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you should consider The AUtomaticas we can prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures willappeal to you I They save the fold as as well as the ic- eRROGERS SONS 26ly = STAMPING GROUND Messrs A M and C T Duvall attended county court in Frank fort on Monday The barber shop and outfit of Ben Atkins has been sold to Ernest BerryMr Att Perry we regret to say is very low with an incurable diseaseMr Newton Thomason of Owen county visited relatives here on Sunday ofiMrT C Johnson this week The music class of Mrs Mattie Jameson had a delightful outing and picnic on Elkhorn last week It was a very pleasant affair Drs Stewart Crutchfield have dissolved partnership Dr Stewart will open an ollice over the drugstore Dr Crutchfield will remain in the old quarters Mr Perry Mothershead has accepted a position with a street car Company in Kansas City Mo and his wife left Tuesday to join him It will be remembered that he resigned his position as Rural Mail Carrier some time back on account of tho condition of his health Ve hope he may be Completely restored in his new home We had a splendid ruin on Thursday evening and Friday It was a regular groundsoaker clod masher and guile washer as prayed for by the old darkey It has helped everything amaz ingly although too late for the oats and meadows Much tobacco was set out although the plants II i OLD TAYLOR r THE PI EMIEK1 i 8J J i KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR d SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky II 1 t P IttiiWESMll J6 A t jc f tM J rSfer v f4jorh r r t ReadytoWear White- Serge or Linen Suits Nobby Styles 2500 Snits 1898 1500 Suits 1000 SkirtsWhite Serge or Mohair 500 700 900 Wash SkirtsW- ell mnde Good Style 100 Finely Tailored Skirts 175 to 300 Shirtwaists Sheer Lawn lace trimmed f100 Embroidery or lace trimmed 150 and 200 Shirt Waist Suits Good quality Lawn 300 Lace trimmed Suits 500 Mattings Choice PatternsSpecial Value 25c RugsHigh Grade Room Size Axminster Lace eurtains Dotted Muslin ruffled 100 Lace Curtains in yarned designs 300 to 700 were small We had another good rain on Tuesday There was a high wind on Thursday but no serious damage UNO A MEASURE OF MERIT Frankfort Citizens Should Weigh Well This Evidence Proof of merit lies in the evidence Convincing evidence In Frankfort Is not the testimony of strangers pIeIMrs Mollie St wife of W H Callis foreman at the1 Frankfort Chair Cos Works says I1 have the greatest faith in Deans Kidney Pills for their treatment brought me un told relief I had bachache for years It in wits not severe at all tithes but when an lis attack occurred especially If I overexerted myself in any way aggravation of the aching was sure to follow A positive proof of some disturbed action of the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secretions I tried various remedies but found nothing that did me any permanent ourlocaloccurred to me that they might at least give some relief Acting on this thought- I went to J W Gnyles Drug Store and got n box Their use proved that what people said about Dams Kidney pms was nothing short of the truth The pain and aching in my back ceased and troti le with the kidney secretions was corrected I thoroughly believe that any preparation which acts up to the r re sentations for it like Deans Kid nee Pills can not be too well known For sale all dealers Pricee 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United tnttsIRemember the nameDonneanti take no other For Sale Lots in FrankfortI I have caused my land on Arlington Heights extending from the tatf Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dels lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on new av enues to be opened as and when the lots shall be sold and I have at my office a plat made by R A City Engineer showing tho FlIziorIand dimensions of the lots posed streets and alleys to invite the attention of those desiring to purchase lots for residence purposes The Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots are sold and sower connection can be readily made The location of theso lots can not be surpassed for healthfulness and the beauty of scenery jI will take pleasure in showing thy lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the prices and terms of sale on application to me- 87lm JOHNB LINDSEY t o r 7CLOSING OF STATE COLLEGE iIj 3flhereamong them quite a number from this cityJidAlexandlrEfficiency of Locomotive Handling senger Trains on the Southern Alexander Thornton Lewi s ciency sallies Test of Hope Milling Co PasIThomas Wilmot FreemanA Method n Creosoting Timber Rodman Wiley Design of Patterson announced that Hon Andrew Carnegie had contributed JlhrnryI class Mechanical anti Electrical Engineering already employed by different big concerns throughout the country Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp purifies ihe blood Cento heals skin ernpUoafc aeWlttsLittle Early RisersllTho famous lEttle pi- llsSALEIv Livery and Feed StaBIe j WFHEARNE to L F Shelton ISUCCCisor Ann Street Frankfort Ky New Vehicles Buggies Runabouts Break and Road ICart Wagons Harness Whips etc a HorsesiHorses bought and horses for sale at all times Real Estatea i I iizlbusiness houses and rClldcncesl First Class Livery A Specialty = BOTH PHONES June 2ly 1t1 6 i f t TfleFraiiKronRDunflaDout Entered at the itosimliu at Frankfort Ken tiUkynsseiMiulilass niailablc muttrr GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 9 1906 HOW BLEST THE RIGHTEOUS WHEN HE DIES Beloved and Honored Lady Passes Peacefully Away Just before 7 oclock on Sun day evening Mrs Maria L Camp bell widow of the late Rev Dun can R Campbell D D President of Georgetown College passed to the home beyond aged 84 years and one month Mrs Campbell was the eldest daughter of Mr Henry Wingate and wife of this city and when in the first flush of a beautiful young womanhood was wooed and won by the Hon Russel McRery Representative from Muhlenburg LegislatureMr McRerys career was cut short by an untimely death and his young widow and baby boy re turned to this city to reside Several years later Rev D R Campbell D D the able and cultured president of Georgetown College met the handsome widow and won her for his bride With Dr Campbell she removed to Georgetown and for many years and until Dr Campbell went to his reward in 1805 she was the gracious and gentle queen of his homewinning and holding the hearts of the vast army of stu byhergenuine interest in her boys as she so proudly called them By her union with Dr Campbell she had several children who died in infancy and one son Mr Dun can R Campbell Jr who died in early manhood from typhoid fever and now sleeps in our city on the hill beside his father After Dr Campbells death Mrs Campbell returned to this city to reside A lifelong member of the Bap tist Church that life has been marked by a devoted and untiring service for the Master she loved so dearly Until disabled by ill health she was ever at her post of duty in all the religious work of the churcha leader among aIloving band glad to have her ad vice and counsel As the shadows began to fall the star of her faith and trust grew brighter and brighter shed ding its effulgence on all who came within her influencea glorious testimony to the power of redeeming love Aunt Maria as she was affectionately called by a host of us who delighted to sit at her feet and learn wisdom from her chastened and gentle lifeThere is a void in the home and a break in the ranks of church workers hard to fill As daughter sister wife mother and friend she was a model of dignity gentleness and love IIla of Scotts Emulsion very rapid For isIreason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary tough or cold or useful as a trial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free sample Scott Bowne 4094I5 Pearl St CIamlatsNew York gocBBdioo All druggists rr- un17i rQ ExcessOf Smelting Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleeplnJlon the left side and smothering when the sufferer has to fit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who lee symptoms andwho do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together thedirections Beforewas so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeating DrMilesother remedies to al sufferers from heart or ELIJAHHALL bottleon Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Milts Medical Co Elkhart Ind combined with firmness of nn un usual character where her convic tions of right were concerned The funeral services were con ducted from the First Baptist Church on Tuesday afternoon at 480 oclock by Rev Dr M B Adams her pastor and the large audience present bore testimony to the esteem in which she was heldShe leaves one son Mr R W McRery two sisters Mrs Sarah McKee and Mrs Ellen Sawyier and a very large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her de parture to the home beyond- It can truthfully be said of her II blessed are the dead who die in the Lord yea from henceforth saith the Spirit for they do rest from their labors and their works do follow them The dlgustlng discharge from the nose and throat and the foul catarrhal breath are quickly dispensed with using Dr Shoops Catarrb Cure Such soothing antlseptlo agents as Oil Euca hymol Wild Indigo etc have been incorporated Into a snow white cream making a catnrrbal balm unex celled Sold by nil dealers LID STILL STICKS Notwithstanding Judge Mc Canns decision that the Sunday closing law as regards saloons is unconstitutional the lid remained on tight and hard in Louisville Lexington and Frankfort on Sunday We believe we heard it intimated that State licenses had a string attached to them THE PUBLIC PRINTING The contract for the public printing was awarded last week by the Printing Commissioners to Louisville house which bid the low figure of 9 per cent of he schedule provided by law The statutd provides that 40 cents per 1000 ems shall be the maxi mum price paid for plain typeset ting Nine per cent of 40 cents is but 800 cents and we under stand that the firm to whom the contract was awarded operates a union office paying its machine operators 350 for an eighthour day or 43t cents an hour As the best machine men will set only about 5000 ems per hour each one thousand set represents an expense to the firm of 8 cents or a loss on composition of about four cents per thousand When is added to this the expense of proof reading correcting and im position the loss is still further augmented to nearly ten cents per thousand When the ordinary individual looks at these figures he wonders what sort of graft is to be worked or what technicality of the law is to be taken advantage of by the contractors to enable them to catch even as profit seems out of the question The bid on the face of the papers would seem to reflect a hopedfor construction which is different from the understanding an ordinary bidder would have 4 fi 7 MASONIC VISIT The annual inspection of Law renceburg Chapter of Arch Masons took place on Wednesday evening and quite a number of brethren from this city were present In the afternoon a called meeting of Lawrenceburg Council of Royal and Select Mnstorfc was held and the degrees conferred on a large class of candidates At night the pastors of the Methodist and Presbyterian Churches were exalted to the Royal Arch The 13 hoodoo was broken for 18 can didates were admitted to Law renceburg Council 13 Companions went up from this city four times 13 sat down to n banquet after the workwas over and was 18 oclock when the Frankfort delegation started for home WORRY WEARS YOU OUT There is no need worrying mono In digestionyouKodolgives that tired stomach n needed rest but is a corrective of the greatest effi ciency Kodol relieves indigestion dye pepsin palpitation of the heart flat and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healthy again You will worry just in the pro youWorryyour best Worry is to be avoided nt all times Kodol will take thf worry out of your stomach Sold by J W Gayle PRESIDENTS FOR TWO STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS ELECTED The two Boards of State Regents for the State Normal Schools met in this city on Saturday and elected Prof R N Roark late a professor in the Kentucky State College Lexington as President of the Eastern Kentucky Normal at Richmond and Prof H H Cherry of Bowling Green of the BowlingGreenmen and thoroughly qualified for their positions a APPOINTED SUPERINTEND ENT OF PRINTING The last Legislature passed a law authorizing the appointment by the State Board of Printing Commissioners of a Superintendent of Public Printing The Board met on Friday last and appointed Mr Jos W Hed den of the Sterling Advocate to that position which pays 1500 per annum Mr Hedden has had many years experience in the business and is a good man for the place 11 a A WESTERN WONDER Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 saysIConsumptlonI bean taking Dr Kings New Discov Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am corn letely cured Only sure Cough and druggists50c1 SINGULAR ACCIDENT Mrs Mary Grimes wife of Mr Sam Grimes of Cedar Run met with a singular and serious acci dent on Sunday afternoon She was playing Utag with her chil dren in the yard when she ran against a clothes line and was thrown violently to the ground and is suffering from concussion of the brain Dr C K Wallace was summoned and rendered every possible service AWARD OF PUBLIC PRINT ING CONTRACTS The State Board of Printing Commissioners awarded the con racts for the State Printing Bind ing and furnishing paper as fol lows1st and 3d classGlobe Print ing Co of Louisville- 2d classJas E Hughes Lex ington4th classJ B Flake of Cov ington LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Cull and ex amine stock C lI BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf OAII TORIAHears the BfguM of i A ri Y = W Pleasant totllke r w Laxative lrM- JSyrtuip NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor j And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc iJ Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanYany other you have tried i ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Ti Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fil1gerst Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher MaGhine Oil r j Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches4 Pipe Fittings and Wrencbesr f FRANK G STAGG I lr j Hardware Paints Oils Etc s J Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Grocer Tile Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky fI MAN DIES U S Senator Arthur Pue Gor man of Maryland leader of the Democratic forces in the Senate died at his residence in Washing ton City on Monday He had Januaryhisbeing on January 29 GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in usePale Weak Nervous Delicate Women suffering from those weak nesses tiiid diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father Williams Indian lea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets the Nerves puts on flesh gives stopbrightensplexion and makes you well and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 Quality ILeading Kentucky HandMade JOHN DRISCOLL DISTINGUISHED Dr Cadys Condition 1onuers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ani 1medicinehorse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS f KingsHew FOR cONSUMPTION JPrlcaUTHROATLSS or MONEY BAOX k1iII li L WALTHAM WATCMS OR61jRFNCases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver n I t AGED AND HONORABLE CIT TERRIBLEKiJ IIrr Shortly after 2 oclock on Mon day afternoon Mr George Huff man while aSIsisting a couple of youths in gathering cherries in r the yard of his residence had the misfortune to have a limb of the- tree break which threw him hack wards from a platform which he had tied in the tree another limb catching him under the chin pre J cipitating him to the ground breaking his right leg crushingI- I his skull breaking several ribs and otherwise seriously injuring him from the result of which in Ijuries ho died at 4 oclock p m Mr Huffman was about 80 years of age but was unusually J active for one of his years and especially so as he had long suffered i from a tall while pursuing his avocation as a carpenter which fall injured his spine Mr Huffman was one of the most precise and honorable of beingrdebt By economy and earnest labor he had accumulated enough property to maintain himself and wife in their old age The couple never had any chil dren of their own but they had raised a family of girls nieces of 4 Iris wife and had watched over and cared for them as tenderly as I if their own It was the joy of Mr Huffmans life to have the j families of these girls come to J their home and he was never suchtThe relations between this good youthfii met an dent long years ago by which she practically lost the use of her right hand and her husband was assiduous and loving in waiting fft necessityHe and tr testifyhavinghim for a number of years es pecially gentle with ladies and childrenMr had been a devout member of the Baptist Church for sixty years and was ever found in his plaice in the church when Heres Just the Right iBowel Laxative Gentle SurePleasant to TakeA Tried and True Genuine Natures Remedy If you do not have tree easy and regular movements of the bowels you lack the prime and first essential of good health Theres more barm done than mere uncomfortableness slug gishness and blllousA nessretention of food wastes in the bowels pollutes irritates and poisons You make the circulatory sys tern the blooda scavenger instead of a fountain of purest life and tainted vitality The ills of con butInearlyalwatSeek your v relief In a t u r o Accept the- oatlenaturat VH mEfMM of Laxets IDe sure not to force and I crowd the dell cafe organs of Ithe stomach Avoid all the dan rer of powerful and unknown med and your health are 1ywayssecurodifyou take Lax ets The on every show it to your fam fly physician Lax ets are put up in a flat metal ease in hand wet formone tablet taken be tore meals c retiring always brings relief Pleasing to the most potent yet gentle of NaturesadCommended and for sale by ALL rE ERSi l F I II a IEEPIJ4Gl AGOOD HATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers W A SELBERX ThatBOY inGEQRLFILLIAM town of less than 15000 people Within eight months this eight year old boy made enough money IN SELLING THE SATURDAY EVENING POSTto buy himself a house and lot which bring him in nearly J 10000 a year rent Think about this you 4 boys of 12 and 15 who I ImoneytII We Want You will same time mengood business men Some of our boys make 1500 a youlongWe give the first supply of POSTS freeso that costs nothing start There are many prizes besides the regular commissions camping parties tours college coursesand cash prizes you are one of the boys who mean succeed life we want you write The Curbs Publishing Company 1728 Arch St Philadelphia Pa his health and the duties he owed permitEarnest true he did the work the Master committed to goetocommunityTo wife in this her saddest hour we extend bympathyThe were con ducted by his pastor Rev Dr lI- B Adams on Wednesday after noon at 280 oclock and the mains were laid away in our cemetery PEACEMAKER SHOT It is learned from a letter to Mrs H Williamson of this city that Mr Herbert Dicker son a Frankfort boy who is in the employ of the Callahan Con TalbottonGeorgia ing to separate two negroes who were fighting The ball entered his right side just above the belt bodyinflictingsarily fatal wound He has been cnmptotrained nurse and is doing as well can be expected under the cir cumstances MOONLIGHT EXCURSION takeIthe first excursion party of the season up the river this evening leaving the city wharf at oclock We pay you handsomely and at theIhelp you to become good week it you to If to in to us re J S as MR R E WOODS LANDS PLUM If there had to be a change in whichfwe are rejoiced that our friend Mr Robt E Voods landed plum the President having sen in his name to the Senate Mr Woods served four years as Assistant County Attorney of Jefferson county and made a fine record He was nominated for Circuit Judge on the Republican ticket in 1908 NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY J B Waterman of Watertown 0 daughter ShuhasBest body cleansers and life Riving tonic pills on earth 25o at all druggists THANKS We have received an invitation to attend the closing exercises of the Walnut Hill High School Cincinnati Ohio which took place on yesterday evening June 8th at Music Hall Miss Martha Farmer the beauti ful daughter of Mr Ben T Farmer graduatesWee = LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT = WFor twenty L Rawles of Belie Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I begun applying Buoklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 26o at all drug gists w Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reef IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD E want to argue the CASE with you and help you make this threshing season a success f t To be successful one must have an equipment that is both labor saving and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call Capita Foundrg WaGfiine GOlDnang Apr7lm DISTRICT ATTORNEY HILL DIES Col Reuben D Hill U S Dis trict Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky died at his home in Williamsburg on Satur day last after an illness of sev era months of a complication of diseases He was an able and fficient officer CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionis patienttoooanproper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisSQ is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest duetand dread of the consumptive can takingGetmanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clinic you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size loc At all drug gists yr Someming Wrong Dont be tempted to use cheap flour You save money by buying LE M AND ARCTICMade Tile J E M IDillingGo SOLD BY ALL GROCERS Troos Plants Yiiies For the Spring of 1906 the BLUe GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky OrnamentalTrees tGrape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Al ientStrawberryplacation to M103m H F HILLENMEYBB SONS WECARE People get more than they ask for when they have us fill their prescriptions The public at large is not half so particular as we are in these matters We know that our drugs are both pure and of stand ard strength We take no chances whatever and nev er hesitate to pay the cost of making sure Your physician writes a prescription expecting defi nite results we see to it that he is not disappointed All prescriptions have careful scientific com pounding and we also make the price right illW11 GAYLE J Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky J J ii1ii T MARRIED BREEDEXHAZELEETT this city on Saturday Mr Win Breeden and Mrs Mary Hazdett were married SUNDAYSCIi00Lr The annual meeting of the County Sundayschool Conven tion will be held at Bridgeport Friday June 20 1906 A strong program has been pre pared and every effort will be made to make this the best con vention ever held in the county Rev C C Green Louisville will represent the State work Some of the best local talent will also be utilized The Secretary is now gathering reports from the Sundayschools 4 of the county and every superin tendent should send in his report and contribution promptly Each school in the county should appoint one or two delegates to represent the school officiallyFor additional information address the county president E R Jones Switzer or the county secretary Mrs M B R Day Frankfort LETTER LIST The following Is the list of advertised letters for the week ending June 9 1900 vAddnms John Barton Mrs Hugh Bishop Mrs Mnry Bosworth A F Brown Elex- Burnltto Ply Carmine Mrs Mary Caskey W R Olostown Clarence Cox Calvin Cummins Thoe- Cunningham Robert Fielder Algln Gaines C E Gordon C H lGowen Mrs Mary Lou HenryHarris Harrod Miss Mary lIls Florence 1Hurlsan Homer W 1Miles Mrs Florence E K Moore Miss Virginia Murray Mrs James A Rice Mrs Lillie Scott W W Scrogln J W Wahne M L Wallace Will Watts Isaac West Maud Persons railing for the above letters Will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M e CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Rgnaturf of = = cT BM i egefablePieparattonforAs- similaling tlifoodandEegula ling andBowels or PromotesDt esfionCheerful I neSS and BestGontains neither lorphme nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC- lddavdfcwUIzmr5L firs c tAJ SJII- JfNn ari dad JJ for b ness ondLoss OF SLEEP TflcSlnule Signature of III TOW YORK JI t EXACT OPYOF WBAPPEa- j BIRTHS WILSONIn this city on Wednesday to Mr Ralph R Wil son and wltea son DEDICATION AT JACKSON We hove been requested to publish the following Dear Friends in Christ The Christian Church at Jackson Ky is completed We hope to dedicate it to the Lord Sunday June at 180 p Ip The present accomplishment has been largely through the generosity of our Christian friends throughout the State and our hearts are filled with gratitude that through them this blessing has come to us Now that we are about to go up into the house of the Lord we cordially invite yourself and friends to rejoice with us in the dedication of this build ingAs the excursion train will pass through picturesque and beautiful country the trip will be very enjoyable and as there be services on the train as well ns in the new building the occasion will be one of spiritual uplift Indeed our prayer is that these services holy e long remembered as a spiritual blessing We have secured excursion rates over the L te E froth Lexington to Jackson and return for 200 The train will leave Lexington at 745 a in and arrive in Jackson at 80 n m It will leave on the return trip at 325 pom and arrive in Lexington at 705 return trip ticket will be good until Monday The Ladies Aid Society will serve dinner on Sunday and entertain those guests who desire to remain until Monday In order to got the round trill rate we must get eightythree passengers That we may estimate the number passengers and also the number who desire entertain ment please fill out and return the en closed card not later than Monday June 11At the dedicatory services It M Hop kips will have charge of the music Jas W Hagin of Covington the communion and A E Cary the late missionary to China of the dedicatory services proper It will be a feast of good things Come and we will do you good O H POLLARD A H PATTON W J DODGE Excursion Committee If we can get 25 passengers from each place we can get special cars on the in terurban from Versailles and Paris at 615 a m Sale of tickets will be limited to those attending dedication service so there will be no rough crowd Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Bit ters makes the blood rich red purereo stores perfect health FORMER MAGISTRATE FINED FOR SELLING SPIRITS ON SUNDAY Former Magistrate Geo B Thomson was fined in the police court on Thursday for disobeying the Sunday closing order and selling spirits last Sunday He is still to be tried for running n joint without State and city license He had a U S license A hacking copgh is mostvannoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the in flammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold by J W Gayle HOPKINSVILLE HAS BIG FIRE Th3 city of Hopklnsville was visited by a big conflagration on Thursday Three blocks were destroyed It commenced in a big tobacco stemmery Loss over 100000 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 1 I of r The Kind You Have Always Bought THECASTORIA I MODERN PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCE WELDED BY ELECTRICITY What a Marvel it would have been to Lincoln splitter of rails STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY = The State Historical Society held its annual meeting on Thursday Vice President W W Longmore pre music was furnished by Miss Lucy M Chinn Hon F Smith former State Su perintendent of Public Instruction de livered splendid historical address Mr J W Townsend of Lexington made an impromptu address on the History of Kentucky Historical So ciety It was n masterpiece Mrs 1 C Morton read a beautiful original Jlo JUIDr remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family for eight yearsMrs L Whtencre Buffalo N IMPORTANT LAW J furnished the following We have been extract from the Kentucky Common School Laws page 184 sections 100 191 with the request that we publish same Section 190 No person shall bo eligible to the office of trustee of the public schools who has not attained the ago of thirty years and who is not a housekeeper or who is not the owner of real estate in said city or who is not a citizen of the United States or a bona fide resident of the Common wealth of Kentucky and of the legislative district of the city for which he is elected for three years preceding his election or who holds or discharges any office deputyship or agency under the city or any district or county or under the State of Kentucky orally department thereof under the United States or any foreign pubIlicNo shall be to this elecIItionterested any board or who holds any office of trust agency of salary with any conItrnctany way benofitted by the appro priations of the board or whose father son brother wife daughter or sister is employed as teacher or as professor or in any other capacity by said board or i h roe 55nn = i 1 p 47114 j 391H 321 26 2011 f S All 4 4 3j jfn1IIlrIVTHE WIRE Abraham sidedDelightful nr farmer Your progressiveness is keeping you in close touch with improvements in farm dairy methods and with all the scientific facts that bring about the greatest possible agricultural also informing yourself about fence We Know you are Firstthere was the stone fence of medieval history Secondpioneer Americ converted its timber into rails Thirdsomebody found a way to weave wire and slats Fourth along came barb wire with its marvelous sale Fifthmachines were invented to twist or clamp one wire around another the woven wire fence r But most important of all electricity now welds the wires at the joint making no longer necessary theso wraps and clamps Stay and strand wizardlike become one r The greatest step forward in fence building is thus accomplished at a single master stroke Of course you are not using anything else Surely you are familiar izing yourself with this remarkable improvement to be found only in Pittsburgh Perfect PC+ SOWER CO Hardware Merchants 307309 Iain St JUST RECEIVED Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shinglest AVe also have a large stock of Redwood Weatherboarding the Best on Ea- rthhammondI Co 125 F Ct and Queen Crescent Route r SUNDAY JUNE 10thA Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m JBaseball Reds v Philadelphia fl Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new B attractions ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS m of the public schools or who is directly or indirectly interested in the sale to the board of books propertySection any member of the board should become a candidate for nomination or for oflice or the holding or discharging of whichI would have rendered eligible before his olection or should he remove out of the district for which ho was choson or should he do or incur anything which would have rendered him ineligible for election or should any of the relatives above speci fied be employed by the board his office shall become vacant and be filled as heroin directed lilvesjI 1iP 1C CINCINNATIAND N Pink lips like velvet Rough cbnpped or cracked lips can be mantle us velvet by applying ac bedtime n light coating of Dr Shoops Green Solve The effect on the lips or skin of this most ex cellent ointment is always immediate nnd certain Dr Shoops Green Salve takes out completely the soreness of cute burns bruises nnd nil skin abrasions It is surely a wonderful nnd most highly satisfactory healing ointment In glass jars tit 25o Sold by all dealers OA8TOnXABear the A 8auM IMPORTANT NOTICE 1144 is sold under a guarantee bye W McKce Hardie to cure Chicken Cholera Gapes Roup and Lim berneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay 8Q8m DaWIHs Little Early Risers The famoo IllttIe piNs I 1I 1Iit jI j i l WJi 7f ij kijrr rn IT av C7 is r t fY r i rtAS LONG AS THEY LAST IuL6 Four Hundred Reed Chairs Rockers and Settees t iLT HALF PLAICE We bought the Entire Sample Line of Reed Chairs Rockers and Settees of a large factory You will have to see them to appreciate them Many Beautiful Designs to be sold for less than OneHalf of manu facturers Cost Call and see them while the Stock is Complete w LIKE CU- TManufacturersFrice 400 CUT PRICE 175 LIKE CUT P Manufacturers Price 550 r CUT PRICE 275 u tIKE CUT 1 i Manufacturers Price 4 CO CUT PRICE 256 LIKE CU- TManufacturers Price 500 CUT PRICE 250 iL maLIKE CUT Manufacturers Price 600 CUT PRICE 300 LIKE CU- TManufacturers Price 650 CUT PRICE 325 GEORGE H STEHLINI ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY I i J i ki A it iv J t 37 Grutcher Simpson 1 Special Qffer 1 j- ON MENS AND YOUNG MENS HIGH CLASS ALL WOOL HAND y TAILORED SUITS JUST WHEN YOU NEED THEM 300 Outing Suits Coats and pantslOOO and 1200 suits 750 1500 1800 and 2000 suits 1250 300 Mixed Suits Coats vests and pants1000 and 1200 suits 750 1500 and 1800 suits 1250 4 200 Black Worsteds and Blue Serge SuitsI a 41000 and 1200 suits for 750 1500 and 1800 suits for 1250 Some of these suits were carried over from last season but most of them are this seasons goods and good patterns Great savIng of money to you SEE OUR CLOTHING WINDOWi 1 CRUTCHER SIWRSON i MAIN STREET Watch Our Specials Every 8aturdayoi1 TAKE NOTICE i The Banks will close Saturday June 16th 1906 on account of the laying of the Corner Stone of the new State Capitol =LOW RATES TO THE HOMECOMING On account of the Home Com ing for Kentuckians Lousville Ky the Southern Railway will Bell tickest from all of its stations to Louisville at rate of one first class fare plus twentyfive cents t for the round trip on June 11 12 and 18 with return limit of June 28 1900 An extension of this limit may be obtained to leave Louisville not later than thirty days from date of sale by de J positing ticket with the joint u agent and making payment of fifty cent fee hnsIwill prove an exceedingly interest ing one to all Kentuckians A number of special trains have l been for from St Lcmi tKansns City Denver Texas other in the West Southwest i and Southeast and a large num her of exKentuckians will return to their native State to visit old I friends and relatives Homo Coming will lie held at a ntrmber 1ofpoints throughout the State 1 In order to enable those who de sire tonttond these celebrations tickets will bo sold from Louis rvine to points in Kentucky on June 10 17 and 18th to original purchasers of round trip tickets to Louisville account of the Home Coming at rate of one firstclass fare plus twentyfive cents round- trip minimum fifty cents with return limit July 28 1000 For schedules and additional information call on any agent of the Southern Railway 0 H HUNGERFORD orI2844 Fourth Ave j1Jt h 2ftr ASSOCIAjTION On account of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists the Southern Railway will sell excur sion tickets from stations on its line in Kentucky to Richmond on June 24 and 25 with final return limit of July 5 1900 at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip The Southern Rail way has two trains daily for Rich mond in connection with the L N Railroad from Versailles It is expected that all of the Bap tists delegation will leave Louis ville at 850 p m June 26 reaching Richmond at 805 p m same date If desired this train can be taken at Fourth avenue at 305 p m This party will be joined by Baptists from Shelbyville Law renceburg and other points en route It is expected that the party will be sufficiently large so that arrangements can be made to run coaches through from Louis ville to Richmond without change This train leaving Louisville at 805 p m is ti daily train Morning train leaves Louisville at 080 a m daily reaching Richmond at 1115a m A number of Baptists from Owensboro raid other points in the western part of the State will also join the party leaving Louis ville on the 20th Tickets and additional informa tion can he secured by calling on Mr A R Cook C P and T A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C II Hungerford D P A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or any agont of the Southern Rail way 40td ee DESERVED PROMOTION Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mervin Parrent 2d Regiment Kentucky National Guard has been promoted to Colonel and Assistant Adjutant General Col Parrent was born near Bridgeport this county but has youngfellow lived the greater part of his life 4 MEN AND WOMEN WANTED FOR CHRISTIAN WORK t The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago sends out an urgent appeal to Christian young men and women of all evangelical denom inations to equip themselves for Christian work Notwithstanding that hundreds of students pass through their hands every year the demand for such as they train far exceeds the supply These calls are for pastors of small churches assistant pastors Bible teachers home and foreign missionaries deaconesses Sunday school workers loaders in beys workvocal instructors choir leaders and Y M C A and Y W C A secretaries While men and women do not get rich at this kind of work yet salaries are THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sir You cannot palm oft lIubstltut IvebeenusingAugustflowerslnceI JForty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since ita introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsiit tha pinessqDoesAugust Flower is a sure specific for all stomach pud intestinal disorders that it regulatorsQAugust record of over 35 years in curing the ailing millions of these distressing complaints e qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sago by J W Gayle An Opportunity to Study- ENGINEERING SUMMER SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS State College of Kentucky LexingtoniJAS K PATTERSON PH D PRESIDENT t I This summer school is in session from y June llth to August 18th There are no requirements for entrance Courses are adjusted to suit First PI actical menwho wish to obtain some theoret ical knowledge To these men the steam and electrical openSecond engineering who wish to take up special work or remove conditions Third Boys who are interested in machinery To1 these boys the machinery and tools for work in wood and metal will be available They will also be given some ele mentary work in mechanical drawing This course is made as interesting and pleasant as possibletFor further information apply tolF PAUL ANDERSON Dean or J T FAIG Registrar ii offered nil the way from 000 to 1500a year The instruction in this Institute is free of cost to the students and is under the direction of Rev James M Gray dean Rev Wil liam Evans director of the Bible Course and Dr D J3 Towner director of the Music Course sup plemented from time to time by specialists from different parts of the world An illustrated cata logue and schedule will ho sent to any address on application to 80 Institute Place Chicago Students are at liberty to enter at any time as the work is carried on throughout the whole year OslVltta Little tffEarlyThe famous little pills a t Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February 11000 su1Jrject to change without notice If For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest I000 AJU and 114111 Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York lllcliiuoml OJdrPoint and NorfolkIH1018 A M and 741 P M Dally 23lyr fiaomU J1Jr